Bonniers syndrome

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Bonniers syndrome

(Science: syndrome) a syndrome due to a lesion of deiters nucleus and its connection; the symptoms include ocular disturbances (e.g., paralysis of accommodation, nystagmus, diplopia), as well as deafness, nausea, thirst, anorexia, and symptoms referable to the involvement of the vagus centres.